Tooled Finish Poison bottle - age?

I am quite certain this is tooled finish.

Side seam fades a cm below the finish. No seam on finish.

I know it's Beaver Flint Glass company.

My guess is early 19th century, but can anyone help me get closer or more accurate?

The front says 'NOT TO BE TAKEN'


  • Cool bottle! I love poisons, and that looks to be a very nice one! Sorry, I'm pretty much a newbie when it comes to age...

  • Thank you for your interest😊

  • from What I’ve seen from poison bottles, late 1800s, to early 1900s. Usually I look up the specific bottle and see if I can find which glass house or glassworks made them. That one specifically looks to me like late 1800s so between 1880 to 1900

  • It’s a beautiful color by the way!

  • Thank you! I know it's Beaver Flint glass company but couldn't get any closer to an actual date.

  • Do you mean: "This firm started out as the Beaver Falls Co-operative Flint Glass Co. in 1869, later changing their name (in 1889) to Co-operative Flint Glass Co. The firm operated until 1937, closing due to the economic depression." ??

    Your bottle appears to be a British poison from the early 20th Century.

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